Best NBA Parlay Picks Today, Wednesday 3/20: 3-Leg Parlay at mega +1404 odds – Bucks battle past Nuggets

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Long-time NBA fan, following the game closely for 21 years now. Joined the Pickswise writing staff for the 2020-21 season and have given out winning picks since. Hopefully we can make some money together! Oh, and I firmly believe Lebron James is not one of the two best basketball players of all time. Yeah, I said it. For Filip Tomic media enquiries, please email
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Just 10 days remain in March and the battle for playoff seeding is in full effect. Wednesday brings us 8 more exciting NBA games, highlighted by an ESPN doubleheader, and I have a pick from each game as part of today’s NBA parlay. Tonight’s NBA mega parlay consists of 3 picks in total — one of the money line and two spread selections. Let’s dive in, but be sure to also read our NBA picks for today’s games.

Bucks ML (+320)

Warriors -10 (-112)

Suns -9 (-112)

NBA parlay odds: +1404

Milwaukee Bucks ML over Boston Celtics (+320)

Why back the Bucks to win at Boston you ask? My response to that is why not? The Bucks already have one win in head-to-head meetings, destroying the Celtics 135-102 back in January. Even the first meeting of the season was a close one, ending in a 119-116 win for Boston at TD Garden. The Bucks just put up 140 points on the Phoenix Suns this past Sunday, connecting on 24 threes in the process.

Take nothing away from the Celtics, they’ve been dominant during this current 6-game win streak, but they did face teams like Detroit, Washington, Utah and Portland during this run, so it’s been a while since this team has been taken to its limits. When you have a red-hot shooting team like the Bucks are currently, anything can happen. Boston has pretty much clinched home-court advantage throughout the postseason, it wouldn’t surprise me if they relaxed a bit in the coming weeks. With the Bucks going 9-3 in their last 12, I’ll take my chances with them here.

Now read our Bucks vs Celtics Same Game Parlay at +511 odds

Golden State Warriors -10 over Memphis Grizzlies (-112)

Golden State still boasts one of the most potent offenses in the NBA, led by the sharpshooting Steph Curry. The Warriors’ scoring depth, with contributors like Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins and Trayce Jackson-Davis, simply outclasses what Memphis can put on the floor these days.

At home, the Warriors have been a reliable product this season despite some inconsistencies. Their defense has taken strides of late and should make life miserable for the offensively-challenged Grizzlies. With their championship pedigree and motivation to hold a play-in spot, back Golden State to take care of business in resounding fashion.

Read our full Memphis Grizzlies vs Golden State Warriors predictions

Phoenix Suns -9 over Philadelphia 76ers (-112)

Since the Joel Embiid injury back in late January, the 76ers have won back-to-back games on just 3 occasions. And on all 3 occasions, they lost the next game. Back in November, they did beat Phoenix 112-100 at home behind 26 points and 11 rebounds by Joel Embiid. With the big fella now gone, their chances are slim in tonight’s game. The Sixers are just 2-7 in the last 9 meetings, covering the spread only twice in that stretch.

Phoenix has lacked consistency in the last 15 days, exchanging wins and losses in their last 6 games and covering the spread just once. Not all is bad though as their big 3 is healthy and playing well, I think it’s only a matter of time until they go on a run here. Jusuf Nurkic could be in for a big night as Philadelphia ranks only 22nd in rebounds allowed per game this season. A win here gets the Suns back in contention with the Kings and Mavs for the 6th seed, so they’ll be highly motivated to respond after that disappointing effort on Sunday. Philadelphia averages the 6th-lowest amount of threes per game this season, so the Suns might not even get exposed for their poor perimeter defense here.

Read our full Philadelphia 76ers vs Phoenix Suns predictions

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